Days Hotel Boston
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... of a new nation.
The trail is marked not by a line of tea leaves, but by a red brick path that starts at Boston Common, America’s oldest public park.
Straight away we were amongst Boston’s oldest buildings, some dating as far back as 1680, with detailed plaques outside explaining the role that each building played in America’s history, ...
... groups of people, many of them wanting to touch a rather polished left foot, touching of which is supposed to bring good fortune. This makes it hard for us to get a picture but we eventually got a gap in the foot stroking crowd to get a photo in (but getting to stroke the foot would have been rather more challenging).
We then carried on into a main square with lots of trees, some of which were ...
Many of you have been to Boston before and made good comments. Our first day confirmed all we had heard. We are staying 'midtown' and it's both convenient and very nice. No breakfast at this Hotel but we have located the nearest Starbucks and Geoff walks early and comes back with the appropriate kick starter and a fresh, warm 'morning bun' which gets us through to lunch. We read your 'coffee comment' Alison. I think we're ok! He he. Steve and Robyn, even you would survive here. We are ...
... 160; As we were looking for the Boston Marathon memorial, apparently we looked like lost tourist, and a man walked up to us and asked how he could help. Bostonians have been very friendly at helping these two tourist teachers get around. Our next stop on the trolley tour was Fenway Park. Both of us love baseball so we had to stop and grab a snack at a place called Bleacher Bar. This restaurant is built into the stadium and it was a way for us to be able ...
... was probably my pair of running shoes. The sporty vibes at Boston College and the enormous (on-campus) gym facilities, including swimming pool, tennis court and fitness center, got me all excited. At Boston College, playing sports is about equally important as school, if not more. I decided to get a gym membership as well, and now that I got the right shoes there is nothing stopping me from joining any Zumba, Yoga or Spinning class. It is worth mentioning that shopping ...